Interweave Crochet, Winter 2011 is out featuring Marina designed by Anastasia Popova with Malabrigo Yarn Merino Worsted on the cover!
Irish Crochet Lace is characterized by making separated crocheted motifs and joining them together with a loose temporary stitch onto a cloth forming the pattern. It is usually done with a very thin crochet hook and cotton thread, but in this case it is sized up to make this rich pullover using flower and leaf motifs. A ribbed hem and a wide cowl collar gives it a very nice finish.
The colorways used are #56 Olive and #156 Mariposa. Depending on the size you’re making you’ll need from 4 to 6 skeins of Olive and 3 to 5 skeins of Mariposa.
Picture by Harper Point Photography
Crochet Fall 2011
Malabrigo Silky Merino: #430 smoke (MC) 6 (7, 8, 8, 9, 10) skeins; #63 natural (CC1), 1 skein; #433 acorn (CC2), 1 skein; #181 marron oscuro (CC3), 1 (1, 1, 1, 1, 2) skeins – Caramel Cardigan by Annette Petavy.
Photo: Joe Coca
You can find this amazing pattern at Interweave Crochet Magazine .
It is made with Malabrigo Lace Baby Merino (color #98 Tuareg)
Designed by Lisa Naskrent
Kristin Omdahl began promoting her book this week with an advance copy.
Here is a link to the first video she produced to promote the book.
Julia Vaconsin did a great pattern with our lace yarn for this magazine issue.
Malabrigo Top, Julia Vaconsin, Interweave Crochet, Spring 2009
Malabrigo Top by Julia Vaconsin
this is a link to more pictures of this great pattern using our lace yarn
Malabrigo Top on Ravelry
and this is a link to the magazine